ICQ Podcast Series Three Episode Twenty-Three – PMR Conversion (07 November 2010)

Series Three Episode Twenty-Three of the ICQ Amateur / Ham Radio Podcast. News Stories include:

  • CQ DX Marathon 
  • Ham radio team sets 7,000 QSOs target
  • The 'Worked All Winnipeg' Award 
  • Amateur Radio Club seeks you! 
  • Essex radio amateurs use satellites for JOTA 
  • Impending changes to the 5MHz beacon chain 
  • More Wouxon ham radio gear available 
  • 134 GHz Amateur Radio Beacon proposed 
  • American Red Cross offers Amateur Radio course 
  • Team Thunderbox - a special amateur radio group 
  • Redcliffe Radio Club gets new repeaters
  • Closure of VK7AX packet BBS network 
  • Radio amateurs needed to restart RAYNET group 
  • Zimbabwe police raid on shortwave sets
  • New 500 kHz permit in the Czech Republic
  • Your feedback and Martin (M1MRB) reports on the PMR Conversions.

    Colin Butler, M6BOY, is the host of the ICQ Podcast, a weekly radio show about Amateur Radio. Contact him at [email protected].

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